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Vietnam Infrastructure to suspend trading of shares

Fri 06 October 2017 11:32 | A A A

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(ShareCast News) - Vietnam Infrastructure Limited, a closed-end fund trading on the London Stock Exchange's Alternative Investment Market (AIM), reported on Friday that trading in the company's shares on AIM is to be suspended on Monday and could be cancelled.

The suspension, the company said, will come into effect from 0730 BST on 9 October 2017 pending the result of the

extraordinary general meeting scheduled after midday on the same day, as previously announced in August.

Admission to trading of the company's shares on AIM would be subject to cancellation upon the company's request with effect early on 10 October 2017 subject to approval of shareholders.

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